Celeb Style Steal: Five Looks That Will Make Your Wardrobe More Fun
Hello, welcome back to Celeb Style Steal, where we snoop on our favourite stars, influencers and famous faces social media pages to see what they’re wearing, and where can get our hands on it.
This time, we picked out our favourite fun looks this week. If you’re feeling uninspired, and stuck in a bit of a rut , we’re here to help by looking at outfits that will make your wardrobe a little more interesting. From colourful prints to neon hues, these looks will be sure to add some excitement to your wardrobe.
Swap leopard for Louise O’Reilly’s red zebra print dress
Leopard would have once been a daring print to pull of, but as of late almost everyone has a piece of it in their wardrobes. If you love the trend but feel you’re repeating yourself, opt for Louise’s red zebra print guna, which is a steal at €29.95 from New Look.
Swap printed dresses for this Tara Stewarts pop art dress
If you love a patterned dress with a cute picture, step it up a notch with this eye-catching pop art dress from Joanne Hynes. This designer dress is currently half price at just €50 from Dunnes.
Swap your flowery co-ord for a dazzling diamond one like Erica Cody’s combo
If you’re a co-ord person you’ll have plenty of patterned sets of shorts/skirts and tops in your wardrobe, so if you’re looking for something a little different for the festival season, take a leave out of singer Erica Cody’s look from Pretty Little Thing, the top is just €22 and the trousers are €25.
Switch up your LBD’s and Little Red Dresses for Ellen Keane’s eye catching orange.
If prints aren’t your thing, and you love a good block of colour, get this bright orange prom dress for your next wedding as sported by Paralympian Ellen Keane. The classic shape makes it easy to pull off, but the colour makes it a show-stopper. Get it from ASOS for €76.
Ditch jeans and a dressy top for wide leg trousers like Blathnaid Treacy
When your go-to look is jeans and a nice top if can quickly become a bit boring. Get creative with your bottoms instead and go for an interesting pair of trousers, that way you can pair it with a simple tee or block colour on top, and let the trousers to the taking, like these pink ones from Zara for €49.95.